Dicksboro (@1.33) vs Erins Own (@3.75)
05-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Dicksboro will win

Dicksboro – Erins Own Match Prediction | 05-10-2019 10:00

It was decreed that the winner of the match would be declared champions for all three years. The inaugural championship was contested by just four clubs, with Tullaroan winning the title after a defeat of Mooncoin.[2] Since then the championship title has been awarded every year except on a handful of occasions. Following the foundation of the Gaelic Athletic Association in 1884, new rules for Gaelic football and hurling were drawn up and published in the United Irishman newspaper. No championships took place in 1891, 1892 and 1912, while several championships between 1916 and 1922 were either cancelled or unfinished due to the Irish revolutionary period. The 1916 championship began in October 1916, however, because of martial law it wasn't completed until June 1919. County committees were established over the next few years, with the Kilkenny County Board affiliating on 30 January 1887.

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Erin's Own GAA (Kilkenny)

Even at this stage last year Shamrocks hadnt begun to show their promise. He is a massive player for them. Those for the drop down a grade will be known in five games time - barring replays in all cases. All are full of hope and ambition, but with training interrupted because of the inter-county action and because dozens of players spent the summer in the US, the club or clubs who can get a run going now could end up anywhere.Every club has scored at least one win, which leaves the scope for achievement wide open.The games St Patricks v Dicksboro - The Boro, champions of 2017, are hoping to have former All-Star, Cillian Buckley and Bill Sheehan available after nursing injuries.They will need to be have them against a St Pats side with an attack that can sting with Kevin Kelly, Michael and Joe Brennan, Jack Morrissey and Seoirse Kenny all capable of running up scores.St Pats opened well against the Rower but then lost their buzz. We wish them well.Verdict - Shamrocks.Bennettsbridge v OLoughlin Gaels - The St Johns Park outfit are expected to be without veteran attacker, Martin Comerford, who is recovering after breaking a finger.If the early season experiment of playing Paddy Deegan in attack is over, then they can drive on and add to their last win, a fine effort against Clara.The Bridge have a way to go to find the form that shot them into last years county final. Their defence has been weak.Verdict - Dicksboro.Rower-Inistioge v Erins Own - The teams at No. A survey of senior clubs has revealed that no one has any real idea of where they stand, not even defending Kilkenny and All-Ireland champions, Ballyhale Shamrocks. It is a little over 14 weeks since the last games were played in the Kilkenny senior and intermediate hurling leagues.For all the meaningful action that lies ahead, clubs know they are facing into the short end of the season. Jump 14 weeks on from here and you would be into mid-November. The Rower picked up things after a sluggish and timid opening against St Pats. They ran hot - v Dicksboro - and cold - v the Rower - so they need to find a happy medium.On their day they have an attack that can destroy.Verdict - Graigue-BallycallanClara v James Stephens - What an interesting clash. Erins Own appear to be enjoying a bounce after last years good championship run. That will be long past the time when most club will have kissed goodbye to season 2019.So the next two weekends, and the weeks beyond that, are crucial.The champions will be crowned in six games time. All the action will be crammed into an eight week period, with the county finals schedule for Sunday, October 27 (senior and intermediate). The season changed when Michael Fennelly returned for the championship.There is hope for Mullinavat, who will enjoy home advantage.To turn that hope into victory they will need to stifle TJ Reid, Colin Fennelly, Adrian Mullen (an injury concern), Eoin Cody and company. With the same cutting they can do it.Verdict - Rower-Inistioge.Danesfort v Graigue-Ballycallan - Great rivals over the years, even going back to their days in the junior ranks.Danesfort need to have former Hurler of the Year, Richie Hogan available. The Village were awful in their opening match, but their only win was over champions, Shamrocks.How do you marry the two of those results?Clara beat 2018 finalists, Shamrocks and Bennettsbridge to get the season off to a flying start. Yet, around this time last season they found an effort that carried them to a great victory over Shamrocks, and so much further after that.Results can be fortune changers at this time in a season. 1 and 2 in Group A. The Bridge should remember that.Verdict - OLoughlin Gaels. The Rower showed a nice edge last time out when they beat Graigue-Ballycallan. That is not a certainty because of a knee problem. With additional big games coming up over the following weeks, his case might have to be managed.Graigue are the biggest scores to date in the group with 7-35. Hard to know, but if The Village play to the value of their individual parts, they can do it.Verdict - James StephensBallyhale Shamrocks v Mullinavat - Shamrocks have concerns over defender, Joey Holden (knee injury).

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The Prince was one of few grounds so equipped in the county at the time. In the late 1950s, when 'Comer won the Junior Championship, dressing rooms and showers were installed then a novel facility! This facility really stood the test of time and served the club right up until the present building was erected in 1994. When the team was training for the Championship in '58 they would finish up a session with a run to the Deerpark Mines, where they were allowed use the "Baths" (new hot showers for the miners). The building was galvanized, with timber supports and a timber floor, while the showers were "cold" and were supplied by a large rainwater tank on the roof.

First item on the agenda, at Kieran's insistence, was that the grounds be named "Canon Kearns Park" in memory of Canon John Kearns, former parish priest of Castlecomer. Towards the end of 1998, Kieran Meally thought it was time to get something built at Ballycomey. The project would be known as "Canon Kearns Park Millennium Project" and while everybody was hopeful that major progress would have taken place by the turn of the new millennium, realistically it was agreed that it could in fact take the next millennium to complete them! On 25 January 1999 his committee's first meeting was held. This was unanimously agreed, and work commenced developing adventurous plans and deciding how the funds would be raised. At the AGM, Meally was formally appointed chairman of the Development Committee. He volunteered to spearhead the drive.

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However, following all sorts of appeals and deputations, on 16 June 1993 permission was granted and spirits rose. On 19 May 1986, Erin's Own acquired a second property at Ballycomey, on the Kilkenny side of town. However, disaster struck when the club was notified by the County Council that the property could not be used for sporting purposes. A few worrying years passed when it was feared that a ball would never be struck in the new field. The field was leveled and a fine pitch constructed and there was enough money in the kitty to commence building a clubhouse. The money for purchase of the grounds was raised through the "Piltown Draw".

In the early days hurling was not the only sport to be played at the Prince, the ground seeing plenty of hockey played, and even some cricket. In the '70s and '80s the club regularly loaned the pitch to the local soccer team while they were acquiring and developing their own premises next door. During the Emergency the field was ploughed up for agricultural purposes.

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